FF01-850/310-25

850/310 nm BrightLine® SRS imaging emission filter

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FF01-850/310-25 850/310 nm BrightLine® SRS imaging emission filter 1-2 weeks £830.00
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Specifications

Angle of Incidence:

0 ± 5 °

Blocking Band:

ODavg > 6 1027.5 – 1064 nm

Blocking Band:

ODavg > 6 300 – 680 nm

Blocking Band:

ODavg > 7 1064 nm

Blocking Band:

ODavg >6 1064 – 1700 nm (Design specification – measurements are noise-floor limited)

Clear Aperture:

≥ 22 mm

Cone Half-angle:

Filter Effective Index:

1.76 Understanding 'Effective Index of Refraction' neff

Filter Thickness Tolerance, Mounted:

± 0.1mm

Filter Thickness, Mounted:

3.5mm

FWHM Bandwidth:

319.2nm

Guaranteed Minimum Bandwidth:

310nm

Mounted / Unmounted:

Mounted

Optical Damage Rating:

Testing has proven to show no signs of degradation when exposed to at least 6.0 W of power from an unfiltered xenon arc lamp over a 25 mm diameter (corresponding to 1.2 W/cm2) for over 500 hrs.

Orientation:

Orientation does not affect performance; therefore there is no arrow on the ring to denote a preferred orientation

Product Type:

Multiphoton Bandpass Filter

Semrock Filter Family:

BrightLine® Fluorescence Filters

Shape:

round

Size:

25 x 3.5 mm

Substrate Thickness:

2.0mm

Substrate Type:

low-autofluorescence optical quality glass

Surface Quality (Scratch-Dig):

60-40

Transmission Band:

Tavg > 93% 695 – 1005 nm

Transmission Wavelength:

850nm

Transverse Dimensions, Diameter:

25mm

Transverse Tolerance, Mounted:

+ 0.0 / - 0.1 mm

Ultrahigh-performance multiphoton fluorescence filters that accommodate a wide range of fluorescence dyes. Designed to be a fixed component in any multiphoton or nonlinear (harmonic-generation) microscope, so that when desired individual, narrower bandpass filters can be added without having to worry about the near-IR blocking of these filters. The transmission bands of these short-pass emitters are so wide, they appear clear at normal incidence.